- Versatile Window Solution
Great for basements, bathrooms, kitchens, garages & door sidelights
- Enhanced Home Security
Thick, break-resistant glass block keeps out unwanted intruders
- Thermal Efficiency
Reduces energy costs & helps keep homes comfortable
- Privacy with Natural Light
Brightens rooms & eliminates the need for curtains
- Efficient Sound Barrier
Reduces outside noise & helps keep homes quiet
- Quality Guaranteed
10 year limited warranty against manufacturing defects
The Ideal Basement Replacement Window
Fully-assembled to fit any size window opening, provide a variety of options and pattern choices to suit your home.
Wavy Pattern: Classic, undulating design transmits maximum light with moderate distortion. Shown here with an optional Fresh-Air Vent.
Ice Pattern: Soft, textured design admits light with a high degree of privacy. Shown here with an optional Dryer Vent.
Clear Pattern: Maximum light, no distortion and full transparency. Shown here with an optional Fresh-Air Vent.
Frosted Pattern: Diffuses light, moderate privacy with soft matte finish (privacy slightly reduced when block is wet.) Shown here non-vented.
Easy to Install
Fully-assembled to fit any size window opening, provides a variety of options and pattern choices to suit your home.
1. To make sure your new window will fit properly, measure the window opening as if the frame were already removed. You will need a space of approximately 1/4" to 1" all the way around the perimeter for mortar.
2. Remove the window sash and then remove the window frame by bending the top and bottom in toward the center or by cutting it. Remove the old mortar sill if necessary.
3. Set the new window into place on top of 2 shims, check that it is plumb and level, then secure it with 2 shims at the top. If you are installing a vented window, the vent latch should be located on the inside at the top.
4. Mix the mortar according to the instructions on the bag. Apply the mortar around the perimeter using a grout bag or trowel. Make sure the joints are completely full.
5. When the mortar begins to set, remove the shims, fill the holes, smooth the joints with a trowel and clean the glass with a cloth.
When installing into wood frames wall ties should be nailed into the frame prior to setting the window to give the mortar a better grip. Tool the mortar back approximately 1/4" from the outside face of the glass block, then apply caulking between the glass block and the wood frame. These are general instructions, due to variations in window construction your installation may differ.
Suggested Tools & Materials List
Safety Goggles, Level, Work Gloves, Pre-Mixed Mortar, Tape Measure, Clean Water, Hammer, Trowel, Pry Bar, Bucket, Stiff Brush, Grout Bag, Wood Shims, Clean Cloth
REDI2SET Video Installation Guide
REDI2SET Glass Block Windows will enhance the appearance and comfort of any room. The windows are fully-assembled for an easy installation that ensures a professional finished look.
Our Level of Commitment
RBF Industries LLC is dedicated to the highest standards of quality. This Warranty is provided to increase your satisfaction with our products. If your RBF Industries LLC product is within the warranty period set forth below, we will provide the waranted remedy at no cost to you. If beyond the Warranty, we will provide repairs or replacements at a reasonable charge, if you so desire.
Specific Warranty Coverage
Ten (10) Year Limited Warranty
The REDI2SET Glass Block Window is warranted to be free from manufacturing defects for ten (10) years from the date of purchase. RBF Industries LLC will at its discretion, repair or replace any window, or refund your original purchase price.
General Conditions and Exclusions
Limited warranties set forth in this document are only expressed warranties (whether written or oral) applicable to REDI2SET glass block windows, and no one is authorized to change these written warranties. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE EXPIRE WITHIN THE 10 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY TERMS. RBF INDUSTRIES LLC IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES AND OUR LIABILITY SHALL IN ALL INSTANCES BE LIMITED TO THOSE SET FORTH IN THE SPECIFIC WARRANTY.
This Warranty is solely for the purchaser of the window and may not be sold, assigned or transferred.
Conditions Not Covered
Some items are not covered by this Warranty such as: damage caused by improper installation, use or maintenance; accidents; natural disasters; damage caused by painting or staining; minor scratches or other imperfections in the glass that do not impair structural integrity or significantly obscure normal vision; and damage to surfaces caused by pollutants such as salt or acid rain.
To Get Help
To make inquiries about our Warranty, contact either the retailer who provided you our window or us directly at RBF Industries LLC, 300 Poplar St, Pittsburgh, PA 15223. RBF Industries LLC will investigate your claim and within sixty (60) days after notification take appropriate action. RBF Industries LLC may charge an inspection fee for any on-site inspection that is required or is requested by you. If it is determined that our product has a defect covered by this Warranty, our inspection fee will not be charged.